- Pierre Sampson, now 60, is calling for
justice an an open investigation to stop the murder of innocent children
in government sponsored child experimentation programs. More than 50,000
children said to be illegally experimented but crooked officials on both
sides of the border blocking investigation.
- Another Duplessis Orphan has come forward
with horror stories, including electro shock therapy, straight jacket sessions
and mind altering drugs injections after being subjected to illegal government
experimentation programs as a young child.
- Pierre Sampson, 60, of Vancouver, Canada
endured the torturous treatment for six long years until at the age of
14 when he finally escaped.
- But thousands of other Duplessis Orphans
weren't as lucky, as investigators recently uncovered a mass grave outside
of Montreal where the bones of hundreds of children are buried in a mass
- Called the "pigsty" since the
grave site is located next to a hog farm, Rod Vienneau, whose wife was
also a child victim, said a push is now underway to exhume the bodies with
strong resistance from governments on both side of the border, both denying
any involvement in the face of compelling evidence to the contrary.
- "I have been researching this atrocity
for more than 10 years since my wife went public about being abused as
one of the orphans," said Rod Vienneau this week on Greg Szymanski's
radio show, The Investigative Journal, regarding the Duplessis Orphans,
who may number more than 50,000 and named after former Prime Minister Maurice
Duplessis, a key figure in the child experimentation cover-up.
- "We have documentation proving the
link among with the CIA, the United States government and the Canadian
government, all of them willing accomplices to the illegal experimentation
- "Thousands of children have died,
thousands of others have endured great suffering and there remains about
3,000 surviving victims we know about who are still seeking justice. What's
even more astonishing is that the illegal experimentation is still taking
place while we speak."
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